We specialise in:

  1. Manual therapy, including manipulation, mobilisation and massage
  2. Muscular rehabilitation management
  3. Sports Physiotherapy
  4. Women’s health issues such as incontinence
  5. Home visits (including nursing homes)
  6. Acupuncture
  7. Latest electrotherapy modalities
  8. Traction
  9. Chronic pain management

We are also able to give our clients specific exercise programs for their conditions such as tendon injuries or improving spinal movement patterns and control.

  • Manual Therapy

    Manual therapy including joint mobilisation, manipulation and massage has been used since the time of the ancient Greeks.

    Techniques using the hands are used to:

    • Reduce pain
    • Improve joint movement
    • Release tightness in muscle
    • Improve blood flow and removal of fluids promoting pain
    • Allow improved movement and muscle function
  • Muscular Rehabilitation

    Muscles often become either too tight or weak due to pain or inability to exercise properly.

    We offer a range of treatments to:

    • Relax tight muscles
    • Re-train muscle to work properly
    • Strengthen muscles to support your body properly
    • Help restore you back to normal function
    • We will also offer advice on how to manage your problem yourself.

    If we treat you today, we can help you now, if we give you advice on how to manage your condition, your can help it improve and stop it returning.

  • Sports physiotherapy

    We can offer a range of treatment for your sporting injury.

    • Advice on immediate treatment at the time of injury.
    • Control of pain and swelling shortly after the injury.
    • Restore movement back to normal.
    • Return of strength and co-ordination with a program of exercises.
    • Rehabilitation back to sport
  • Acupuncture

    Physiotherapists use acupuncture to reduce pain and therefore allow normal movement and function to be restored.

    Acupuncture can be used to treat most of the conditions that Physiotherapists would treat with other methods, such as muscular and skeletal pain of the back, neck, or joints. Acupuncture can also be used in the treatment of pain from arthritis, sciatica or headaches.

    Does acupuncture hurt?

    The needles used are extremely narrow and often the patient cannot feel the needles being applied or removed. Some patients feel mild discomfort as the needles are applied, but this is short lived. A slight tingle can be felt while the needles are in place.

    Please ask your physiotherapist if you wish to have acupuncture, as they will need to ask you some specific questions about any medication you might be taking.